Déjà Vu proves true
I dreamed that I was out for the day with my friend when we passed this eyrie medieval house. I asked her
what it was called and she replied 'Gainsborough and
the house has been used in a spooky film.'
We then walked down a street. There were shops to our
right and in front of me I could see the sea. A mist
rolled over it and filled the streets so that I could
hardly see ahead. Then we were on a beach and I became
worried because the tide was coming in so quickly that
we could easily get stranded.
The next day I looked up Gainsborough in my Reader's
Digest Guide. In the centre of the town is a large medieval
building that looked exactly as in my dream. Also Gainsborough
is on the river Trent and has a fast tide that comes
in twice a day that often brings with it fog.
I have only been to Lincolnshire once and never to
Gainsborough. Why on earth should I dream of it?
Mrs Betty O- Strood, Nr Rochester, Kent.
know exactly how a strange dream like this makes you
All my life I have dreamed of a small fishing
port. If I have the dream I try to make notes when I
awake and have managed to draw a complete map of the
town. I have no idea where it is but I'm sure one day
I will find it.
Our dreams may forecast events in the
future or could even be memories from a past life.
File No: 19.4.97WN055/01
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